AudioPop is an experiential wearable piece, commissioned to art technologist Aisen Caro Chacin by MAD Museum to create Museum's Sweet Listening Tour device, which allows visitors creating their own to play the audio of their iPhone or other MP3 players through their teeth and jawbone. I participated in research and development, hardware integration, 3d rendering and printing of the product. I conducted a hands-on making workshop for visitors to create their own audio guide devices at the Mad Museum.
What is sound? What is Audio Pop?
Sound vibration wave pushes air particles to vibrate in different frequency as receive analog input and eardrum takes the vibration as an analog input and takes that signal to electricity to shoot the brain generate as sound.
Instead of using air as a medium, for vibration of sound, AudiPop uses visitor's bones transmitting the vibration through a solid state of matter not using air or liquid. AudioPop has an amplifier that amplifies the frequency that comes from the visitors' phones and makes it hear for them.